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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted By Amber Lyn

    Chocolate cravings can now be satisfied guilt free! Amber Lyn Chocolates exclusively features deliciously indulgent chocolate truffles which can be enjoyed by everyone. These velvety smooth delights are sugar-free or no sugar added, low net carb, low calorie, gluten free, and diabetic friendly. Upon your first encounter you’ll be in love at first bite!

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    Stress happens to the best of us, usually at the worst of times. It never seems to hit when we are ready to handle it. Not to worry, there are a few ways to deal with stress, without breaking the bank, or eating up that small fraction of spare time you have. In fact, all of these can be done just a few minutes before going to bed.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in History By Amber Lyn

    The year was 1999 and our search had taken us around the globe. The quest finally ended in Belgium, home of the world’s most renowned chocolate makers. There we found a uniquely formulated chocolate that met our demanding requirements. Crafted from meticulously selected cocoa beans roasted to perfection. Amber Lyn Chocolate is rich, smooth and pure. It contains no fillers, no waxes, no substitute oils and no preservatives. We combine it with the finest natural flavors, extracts and wholesome inclusions to create inspired chocolate confections that contain all the health benefits associated with chocolate – and they are sugar free (our dark chocolate that is, milk chocolate is no sugar added). Amber Lyn Chocolate tastes so good we guarantee that you won’t be able to tell.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted By Amber Lyn

    If you've ever wondered what we use in our chocolate to make it taste sweet and more health conscious, look no further. We use maltitol. There has been a lot of hype all about maltitol. Whether you’re a fan or foe, today I’m going to help you better understand this alternative sweetener.

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  • 31.12.2015 0 Posted in History By Amber Lyn

    We all know that sugar isn't the best for us, but did you know it was this much of a problem?  Here is some information concerning sugar consumption that might shock you:

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted By Amber Lyn

    Amber Lyn chocolate is the best diabetic chocolate for two of your “buds.” Your taste buds and your budget that is.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in History By Amber Lyn

    Earlier this week we sent out an email to our Craver’s Club that educated them a little bit about Maltitol and how it’s safe for diabetics to consume. We didn’t go into all of the benefits and all of the downfalls to Maltitol, just a few of the main ones. But we thought, here is a good time to clear it up even further.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    There’s a myth out there that eating too much sugar can cause diabetes. Well it’s not really as simple as that. While there might be some truth to sugar and diabetes being linked, it's a little more convoluted than you'd expect. Sugar is only related in one way to diabetes development, however an unhealthy lifestyle is linked to diabetes development, and usually an unhealthy lifestyle includes sugar. Confused yet? Here let’s break it down, so that it’s a bit easier to understand.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in History By Amber Lyn

    Type-1 diabetes, which used to be referred to as juvenile diabetes, is much less common than type-2 diabetes affecting only about 5% of individuals.  With type-1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin and the body's immune system attacks the pancreas.  So which celebrities have been living with type-1 diabetes?

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  • 25.09.2015 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    I recently stumbled upon an article on The Telegraph’s website that said 10 health reasons you should eat more chocolate. Naturally, I couldn’t pass it up without reading it. And so, I decided our Amber Lyn Chocolate fans would probably love to read about it as well. So, here’s the skinny on their article.

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